London Brewer Street
London’s got everything you could possibly want for a day out, a long weekend or an extended stay. The West End continues to be a major draw for visitors, with world-class shopping, restaurants that range from the cheap and cheerful to the opulent and expensive, and theatres hosting major productions from across the globe. In addition to its stunning architecture and monuments, you’ll find galleries and museums showcasing important artefacts and works from internationally-acclaimed artists. The London Brewer Street NCP car park is a well-kept secret for those in the know, and is tucked away in a quiet side-street just moments away from the main shopping areas. Parking in London can be extremely difficult, but pre-book a space at this convenient NCP car park and you can enjoy your time in the capital, without worrying about wardens or meters.
Queen’s Theatre Parking
Walk four minutes from the London Brewer Street NCP car park and you’ll find yourself outside the prestigious Queen’s Theatre. The Queen’s has seen various giants of stage and screen treading its boards, such as Sir John Gielgud, Sir Alec Guinness, Daniel Day Lewis, and Vanessa Redgrave. Currently, it’s the home to Les Miserables – a show which has marked over 11,000 performances so far. Pre-book your space at the London Brewer Street NCP and enjoy a show without worrying about the hassle of parking in London.
Piccadilly Theatre Parking
Even closer to the London Brewer Street NCP, the Piccadilly Theatre is just two minutes away. One of the largest theatres in the capital, the Piccadilly has also seen its fair share of show-business heavyweights, including Al Jolson, Dame Judy Dench, Barbara Dickson, and Eric Sykes. The theatre acts as a receiving-house for some stellar productions, which have included the likes of Jailhouse Rock, Jersey Boys, and Annie.
London Palladium Parking
Arguably London’s most famous theatre, the London Palladium has hosted more Royal Variety Show performances than any other. Opened in 1910, the list of luminaries that have appeared there is extensive and still growing. In addition to shows, musicals and musical events, the Palladium tends to be the theatre of choice for showbiz greats putting on one-man shows, such as Sir Bruce Forsyth’s week-long run to celebrate his 70th birthday. Just seven minutes’ walk from the London Brewer Street NCP, the London Palladium is a night out like no other.
A trip to the West End wouldn’t be complete without a trip to London’s biggest and most-famous toyshop, Hamley’s. With floors and floors of toys, ranging from the traditional to the modern, it’s almost a day out in itself. It’s less than five minutes’ walk from the London Brewer Street NCP, so it’s not too far to walk with young children.
Soho Area Parking
London’s Soho area is famous for its nightlife, buzzing bars and exclusive shops. The London Brewer Street NCP is ideally placed for exploring this exciting part of the capital.
Please note: If your vehicle is over 1.98m in height then you cannot pre-book. Please call our Customer Service Centre for more information on 0345 050 70 80.